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Number of Missing In California's Deadliest Wildfire Drops to 25

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According to Reuters, the number of people listed as missing after California’s deadliest wildfire has dropped again to 25, down from a high of more than 1,200 about two weeks ago. The death toll from the Camp Fire that all but obliterated the mountain town community of Paradise in northern California stood unchanged at 88. On Wednesday, Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said search and recovery teams had finished going through the ruins of some 18,000 homes and other buildings that were incinerated.

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